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Among the 44 proctors appointed for the coming academic year in the College dormitories are 15 new men, according to an announcement made public yesterday. 29 of the present dormitory guardians were reappointed. Head Freshman procotrs will be Robert Amory, Jr. '35 of Milton, Robert L. Cummings, Jr. '35 of Brookline, and David B. Cheek '34, of Cambridge.

Those who will serve as proctors for the first time are Thomas H. Bilodeau '37; William L. Cary 1G.B.; John I. Coddington '24; Francis G. Collier, assistant in History; Roderick H. Cox; Phillip Dur '35, 1G; Henry Lloyd '37; William N. Locks 1G; John Lydenberg; Anderson Page '37; Malcolm D. Perkins '36, 1L; Cecil F. Rowe 1L; Norris P. Swett '37; and John W. Thompson, assistant in Fatigue Laboratory.

Present proctors reappointed are John J. Amory, 2G.S.D.; Robert Amory, Jr. '35, 2L; John W. Bryant '36, 1L; Francis H. Burr '35, 2L; Arthur P. Butler, Jr. '30, 3G; David B. Cheek '34, 2M; Robert L. Cummings, Jr. '35, 2L; Frank S. Deland, Jr. '36, 1L; Raymond Dennett '36, 1G; Marcel Francon, instructor in Romance Languages; James E. Gardner, Jr. '36, 1G.B.; Arthur T. Hamlin '34, 1G; Richard B. Johnson '36, 1L; Elbert P. Little '34, 3G;

Knight W. McMahan '33, 3G; Mark Mazel '36, 1G; Branford P. Millar '35, 2G; Henry S. Miller '35, 2L; Russell A. Nixon 2G; Rodman W. Paul '36, 1G; Reginald H. Phelps '30, 6G; Joseph H. Phillips '35, 2M; Dale Pontius, assistant in Government; Stephen H. Stackpole '33, secretary to the President; Oscar Sutermeister '32, 1G; Robert R. Walcott '31, assistant in History; Roger H. Weed '34, 1L; and Arthur Wild '25

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